35 Burst results for "Paranoia"

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"Devices and bring the act of fats. To eliminate information or informing the public about reports, thank you again for your presentation. Thank you so much for speaking. I really appreciate it. You're finally able to be here and speak to Jonathan. How are you sorry? So are you? I guess you can't hear. Right now. I came here. Oh, okay. All right. Good to speak to you. Good to hear your voice again. Yeah, I want to type in I never see you around. I imagine you're just not really seeing all your time on Twitter spaces, which I definitely am. Yeah, I've been very rude I've taken a little time from public speaking so that I can make sure that I have all the facts available to speak on and but yeah I've taken a little time off of the public speaking and hope to get back into it after this next disclosure. No, I don't. Does that sounds ominous? I'm a little disappointed. Is that going to be what this is for real? What are you talking about in your next closure? So the next four report, right? So I'll give a give essentially a brief within the blog post. So I posted a blog post kind of giving a brief about the situation and then hopefully tomorrow I'll be racing the full. So there's a lot of shit what I'm going to guess is this. If I'm wrong about what it is by just guessing somebody says that you are and you're like nah, why? And here's some zed about why and why and not acts and they're like, well, here's this a about and it goes on and on. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I get it, yeah. I understand. Community today, right? Yeah, exactly. I don't know. Yeah, yeah. Yes. As a tough one. But no, I think that's what I don't know. No, no, I don't actually hear that about you at all. We had a very productive. We had a very productive last time I remember it was amazing. We had a great productive conversation and it was awesome. I've not heard anything negative about you at all. Yeah. I'm often abrasive as fuck in these things. He's trying to spaces because it's a mistake is that because the behind of it is, you know, we all have to, you can't tell someone an InfoSec, well, don't be paranoid. It's like, what? Like don't do your job. I have no idea how to do it. Sure. Yeah, that's a tough one. I think that preventing people with information for them to be able to go and see the results for themselves is important. And that's, that is the biggest thing that I'm trying to do. In all of this, you know, provide some. And it was amazing because even just in my Twitter thread, it was someone actually did their own due diligence and I retweeted them. They saw that they saw a document that was posted publicly and they did their own research and they said, well, yeah, this is not possible for this to have happened because of XYZ. I mean, they did this research on their own. They wanted to verify what I was saying. They did that on their own. It's interesting that some people, they choose not to do that. But I'm glad that there are those that do take the time, yeah. Twitter can be as not often but you do this. I'm seeing it can be used as an image board. Instead of text, like why and I just, I don't really think of Twitter that way where I do think of Instagram as 4chan. But for whatever reason, I just haven't thought of Twitter that way. Is there a reason that I'm just not thinking of that is that is a good reason to post images of textual information that's on the source? So I post my research on research gate, right? So people can, you know, people that are not on Twitter can go in and read and many people don't many people message me, they don't have Twitter, they have never seen anything that I've posted on there. They don't care to do that. They want to see the research in a formal report that's my goal is to make sure that a series of PNGs is not a formal report. But it's quite the opposite. I actually don't have any so even my last disclosure is 60 pages and there's no PNGs in it at all. It's 60 pages of cited cited text yet. There's no pain. I have very little energy left at this point in the world. Love for the community I'm supposed to be part of and for even for pillars of sure. It's hard to weed through it. If what you're primarily engaged in right now, which seems to be, you know, with all with what kind of take this the right way. But with no feigned respect, it seems like forth trauma piece, when you've got the reports, how do you, I don't have the time. Nobody does, right, to be looking through tweet after tweet on that kind of shit because I don't know if you're like, if you're full of shit or not, and I would like to know, you see why it's tough, right? Because I'm sorry, I don't see why it's tough because I just retweeted. I just retweeted my report. Shaking my report. So then it's not that tough head. Let me just read the report. Yeah, the reports there. There's no, you don't have to be on Twitter at all to read it. It's 60 pages of cited text and it's. Not tough. You don't have to ever be on Twitter or know me, but. Maybe getting away from Twitter. It might be the answer, you know? Having my setting up an actual of just aggregate, that is that might be it. Absolutely. Yeah, it should be on my timeline to retweet it and thank you to my problem. I'll just hang out here. I'm breaking through it. Sure. No problem. Okay, yeah, thank you. It seems like there's. No one else that's wanting to speak right now. So I want to thank everybody for, okay, someone's requested one second. So we'll just go, we'll just go for another ten minutes or so, but I'll bring you up. And fabrice. Thank you for coming up and I'll give you the opportunity to speak. Thank you. February so you can go ahead and speak if you can hear. Can you listen to us? Okay. It may be okay here. Now I'm sure that that may be the mind I can make this entire available between an hour and yes. Absolutely. I would do that. So people can answer to the link to your file. Because it's not very nice to hear it and you can do that. Yeah. Yeah, cool Doc. It is. But come on, it's not sensors. It is a bunch of it's not necessarily anything wrong with fashion work. So that it reads. Most people don't have all day to just sit at home and hack for computers, and they need things to be put in a format that they can understand. I don't know that there's something wrong with that, but you have to see that that's not a source of document. I'm sorry. I think I'm confused here. It reads to talking about Twitter, Twitter, post. The thing you call a source document. And you keep referring to it as 60 pages. That might be great branding. But I'm not seeing any anything in this. That is actually more than conjecture on how spyware that you can't really prove this might propagate. Is there I don't see anything in it aside from that. Okay. I think that's probably give you some more time to go through it and there's 44 references, citations. There's 44 citations in there. I mean, it would be quite candid it seems as though you need some time to review it. And hopefully that's a fair statement. Before we spend time going through it. Feel free to message me with your questions because I'm not sure this is quite the forum for this right now. In that case. Yeah, they're not, do you want to really say that there are 44 citations? It's yeah, that's actually what's on there. That's actually the number in on research gate. But you also said it's 60 pages. Should we start there? This is like, they are so analogous that I mean, that's the number of pages. It's the number of pages in what? And the report renderer. If I put it in a gecko, it's going to render that. It's just ridiculous for people. I'm telling you what's happening, I'm seeing you happening. Around people don't know. Like I'm trying to say there's nothing wrong with formatting your work in a way that is bite size. That's not what I meant. Digestible. I'm an accessible. There's nothing wrong with that, but since we live in this field where we all have to have a level of paranoia that's high or really any of us got instructions on and it has to be regulated, then when we see something like you're 60 page document here that looks like it's mostly image board it's very difficult to take that and not immediately just say, yeah, this must be not good. I might not get there. I think you know what I mean, but I owe you way more than that to put other people listening. In trying to figure out, is this something that I should take as serious info security hackery, like something that is something like. Something that you can see? And something very it's hard to happen. Somebody was accepted in the series and messages, yes, you see the audience be another account as a way of sending that low point that person may mistake and personal unfortunately saying that this will help send the message and it could be tracing, yeah. The moment parallel people out there, everybody, it's crazy. It's very sad. It is happening. Yeah, I'm talking about the paranoia we have that is necessary. It's a weird concept. Because it doesn't make sense. I don't know how to point out it otherwise. Because it's InfoSec we're going to look to our family and loved ones. Looking for out of our goddamn mind because of the patterns, let's say you're let's say you're a doctor or a nurse and you have a. Let's see your doctor or nurse, you have a child, you think you're probably going to bring them to even though you know this is the wrong thing to do. You're going to bring them to the hospital for every cough because you've seen what can go wrong. That's something analogous on this. Yeah. I think I'm not following. And I'm trying to understand, but. Why are you posting things in image board of format? I'm not sure what that means. And our image, what is it called? These are not yeah. That's not how Twitter works. It's a way to have your tweets be a subject to link product. So you don't have to stand by them for more than two years. And also, it's probably easier to just straight up take them back. And people see that possibility. I promise I'm telling you this for I want you to have an opportunity for benefit of doubt because these are not dumb people. And I think I'm still not following. I actually have a that's not the only putting images in text and Twitter is just supporting the actual release of text, full text that I release. So I'm going to actually retweet another. The actual publications that you did retweet it was full of screen grabs of this channel. And no, no, it was not okay. The medium article? The medium article screen go, okay, okay. Did you see, are you looking at the catalog gate report? Is that the report that you're looking at? This is not a medium article. It's 60 page report. I think you're looking at maybe something different. I'm looking at a are you on research? Am I on research? You're asking me if I'm looking at it at a research gate. Does it not occur in simultaneous on medium dot com? No, no, it does not. This is more about this. I've never published my Catalan gate report on media. I'm a 100% I only published it in one place. I only published it in research gate. That's the only place it has ever been, and it has like 12,000 reads at four to 14,000 reads. I've never published it anywhere else. I'm sorry, 12, 14. It's got 14,000 reads on research gate. But the link to the exact thing that you're talking about. It's there. It's right in my profile. It's right below. It's the tweet right below my pin tweet. It's right below it as 206 retweets 268 likes. All right. Yes, that's the proper one. So he time to go through that. But yeah, so I appreciate this, everyone. Joining. And hopefully we can have more discussion. What I'm seeing is still, there is a, it is on medium. And then the link to our space here. I've never posted this on medium. I don't I'm not sure if you can't possibly be talking about it like beef with some person because I made it very clear that I didn't want to carry some of that. I'm sorry, I'm not sure what you're referring to. I've never posted my Catalan gate report on any other place but research gate net. That's a fact. Right, so you know, like what you've tried to do here is mislead everyone by putting it at a top and in the nest. Something to you on medium, which is also posted elsewhere in a less like formatted. But it's still the same content. That's what you mean. I told you immediately that there was an interest in somebody discrediting you and you're going to just write it down. And then we're going to do a this seems like very, very unproductive at the moment. Right. And you can be quieter and talk like this. But nobody's buying it. Because I really just want to talk and communicate with you. I hope you hysterical because I don't have enough of a soul or whatever left to care that much. I just want to see something that's not image board formatted. And it's. On research gate dot net, you can see it in my retweet. It's 60 pages with 44 citations. So all right. Thank you for everyone joining and hopefully we'll have another productive conversation and I appreciate all of you all the time. Have a good evening.

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When JFK Took Office, We Were Not Winning the Space Race

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:15 min | 2 months ago

When JFK Took Office, We Were Not Winning the Space Race

"The space race was something that was we were not winning. When a Kennedy came into office, we were not winning the space race. In fact, we were behind to Russia in the space race. Yuri Gagarin's space flight in the 12th of April in 1961 was a major embarrassment for John Kennedy because he was just, I mean, just a few months after the inaugural space that we have talked about here on the podcast, this is when it happens. And until that point, he had frankly Kennedy had not taken the space race very seriously. But he was shocked at the global response to Russia's triumph. They became an even more heightened sense of paranoia. Is Russia going to do a space? Are we safe anymore? Is Russia going to take over? All of this was part of the calculus when he first came in, was coming into office and then is this progressed. With all the other issues that he had going on, this presented a problem that he wanted to fix, we're going to talk about it here in a little bit more. How he began to look at he began to set The White House in motion to our space program to build it up to make it not only ahead of the Russians, but actually accomplish things.

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"paranoia" Discussed on Holistic Health Masterclass

Holistic Health Masterclass

04:37 min | 2 months ago

"paranoia" Discussed on Holistic Health Masterclass

"And then I take that test two hours later. Is that going to show higher amounts? Because maybe I'm getting rid of it. I don't know. Just it also depends if it's a morning you're in or during the day we see that more in the morning urine because it's much more dense, we can see high in calcium and magnesium. Again, though, it looks like you have sufficient intake. But if you have absorption problems, we have to keep dive with your diet as well. Because not just a diet, but you said you're not taking any supplements, right? Not calcium and magnesium, no, I mean, definitely not in large amounts. It's the same case for me, but I take a lot of supplements for sports magnesium and calcium. I consume dairy. I consume nuts, so for calcium and magnesium, I am eating excessively, I know, and my results correlate. But if you're not, if you believe you're not consuming enough, and if you're still excreting, maybe you can look into your absorption. And that is a more complex job. You have to basically do a food journal and maybe compare it with people that can be good. And I guess, and that's a good point that you mentioned about morning urine. Is there a preferred time or do you just suggest that people try and take it at the same time every day when they are taking those tests? There is two answers for this, like personally, I would recommend whatever you're trying to track. Let's say you're trying to understand your sodium levels before and after exercise, or your ketone levels, if you're doing a specific diet at night before you sleep. Or your hydration levels when you woke up or during the day during the workday. So based on the metric you're trying to understand, like deep dive, I think timing can change. Obviously taking a similar times in a similar days gives you a much better long-term trend if you don't have any specific question you have in your mind. You can just basically take at the same time every week and you can see the trends. What is changing? Is it constant? How did it affect everything I did in the last week? How did it affect my results this week? Okay. And that makes sense. So yeah, I like that as well. So there's a little bit of flexibility in terms of what you're trying to track. And that sort of stuff. Like for me, I'm not calcium intakes not all that important for me personally because I know I'm eating a whole foods diet. I'm probably getting enough just for my food. And I think that for a lot of people, they're taking a lot too much calcium, right? Because we're being, we've been led. Well, not led to believe, but there's this paranoia around calcium intake.

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What Is the Connection Between Paul Pelosi and John R. Allen?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | 3 months ago

What Is the Connection Between Paul Pelosi and John R. Allen?

"Here is a question. It's about Paul Pelosi. Charlie I'm hearing from an extremely reliable person that night that Paul Pelosi was arrested for a DUI that he had a sidearm handgun in his possession while intoxicated. It's one of the reasons that the DA is refusing to get more information on the arrest, they might drop the charges altogether. From Nate, who listens up in beautiful North Dakota. So will Paul Pelosi be charged probably not. No, he's part of the untouchable class because Nancy Pelosi is very useful. But we also had another question that emailed us freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com, Charlie, I thought, so this is based on the story of marine general John R Allen, who led U.S. and NATO force in Afghanistan and then ran the brookings institution. He has recently had his data seized by the FBI and what seems to be a soon to be indictment against him for illegally lobbying for Qatar and lobbying for their interests in Washington, D.C.. Someone asked they said Charlie sent the story that said Charlie, I thought you said these people were untouchable. Well, there is a little bit of an asterisk to that, right? So they're untouchable as long as they are useful to the regime. But our current regime, they've studied closely and intently how the Soviet Union ran their country. You see that with the show trials, you see that with the erroneous arrests, but we must understand that tyrants, when they're doing what they do best, which is evil. When they are executing their evil at their best, they must always keep the ruled and also the people around them on their toes. So if they want to actually hold on the political power, they must randomly pick off people. And keep you on your toes that think is if the sword of damocles could drop on you at any time that there must be a sense of paranoia. This is exactly why they were okay taking out Andrew Cuomo Andrew Cuomo was unusual, but they also kind of wanted to make an example. Like, hey, no one is above the rest around here. Everyone kind of worships at the altar of a couple political families, and we are the untouchables and you are not.

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John Zmirak's 18-Year-Old Paranoia Was Completely Justified

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:19 min | 4 months ago

John Zmirak's 18-Year-Old Paranoia Was Completely Justified

"You were just telling us something about what happened in 1982. In 1982, an age 17 maybe 18 as a freshman at Yale, I was telling my Friends that the gay lobby was far more dangerous to western civilization than Soviet comics. This is 17 years before Tommy collapsed, but I think as we look around and children being chemically castrated, 12 year old girls having their healthy breasts removed to radical mastectomies, young people being groomed and recruited for sexual perversion by Disney by kindergarten teachers by second grade teachers by school boards. I'm afraid my 18 year old paranoia was all too justified that I would take Soviet communism in a heartbeat over what the LGBTQ my name is legion movement has in mind. Well, I think John, you're just gifted in the sense that you kind of see things as they are and you connect the dots and most people somehow, you know, a fly or a gnat distracts them before they can connect all the dots. And you really have been able always to do that. And

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Konstantin Kisin on Why Putin Is Doing What He's Doing

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:39 min | 7 months ago

Konstantin Kisin on Why Putin Is Doing What He's Doing

"What else do we need to know about the head of state of Russia today in terms of why he is doing what he's doing and how far he's going to push it constant in. Well, the first thing I would say is, I think I would caution you and your listeners against underestimating Vladimir Putin is a smart, very smart man. A very pragmatic and of course, when you're dealing in geopolitics, the complete absence of morality is a strength. So that is a set of tools that when put together can be quite potent. The other thing I think we should say is based on the speech that he gave, he spent a lot of time talking about NATO. He spent a lot of time talking about the expansion of NATO eastwards and essentially people again in the west haven't really been told this, but he was essentially claiming that the west was about to attack. He talked about how the Ukrainians are attempting to acquire nuclear weapons. He talked about how if that were to happen, they would immediately launch an offensive to retake the eastern regions and Crimea. So I think we shouldn't underestimate him. I also don't think we should underestimate and this is not unique to the Vladimir Putin. The paranoia that Russian leaders have around western influence in their region and expansion. I mean, if you if you imagine what it would be like if let's say the president of the United States believed that the Russians were arming Mexico with nuclear weapons. That's the sort of situation that you're dealing with. So you got to understand, of course, we in the west think of America or some of us, at least think of America as there's benevolent hegemon. That's not how it's seen in Russia or in China.

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"paranoia" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

01:50 min | 9 months ago

"paranoia" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Oh, does that sound harsh? Wake the hell up. Most people are good. Most people are kind. Most people are willing to help, but there are monsters among us. With that kind of person pops up and wants to kill you or your members or your church or members of your family. What are you individually prepared to do? What are you ready to do? Do you have a firearm? Do you have training? Do you know absolutely no, you can make that shot. Because if you don't know that, you need more practice. You need more training. Training means a class people training is not practice. Training is going to a class with a new structure, not a half day class, maybe a whole day class, maybe a two day class, maybe a 5 day class, and it means going back, at least once a year. And then practice in the interim. You have to know you can make that shot. You could just, you have to be where you say, I know within this room, whatever happens, I can make the shot. The confidence will come through for you. And being able to recognize, it's not just reaction time for shooting. It's a reaction time for recognizing what's going on. Paying attention, because at three or four seconds of reaction time, maybe all the difference. There's not paranoia. This is reality. Just happened. It will happen again. 100% guarantee. One of the questions you have to figure out is for you. What are you prepared to do? Our numbers 8 6 6 talk done. We'll pick this up on the backside, be right back with more gun talk..

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"paranoia" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

Relationships & Revenue

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"paranoia" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

"That not mouse tries to run in the cat brings it back and back and forth and they have that ultimate. Play the caged animal in either hand. You are as part of this relationship you approach. You know i'll say you approach the cage quote unquote approach the cage to trying to help them but in their worry concerned paranoia and fear. They don't know if you are there to help them or to hurt them. They cannot differentiate anyone approaching is going to be struck. Whether that's physically emotionally spiritually financially. Because they don't know who to trust and so their control comes at it based really out of a lot of fear both can suffer from different elements. Sometimes you know the alcoholism drugs things like that or or other addictions photography whatever. Is that mask just dealing with the emotions that they're feeling at the time and so that's just kind of another added layer but really the caged animal is somebody that controls for a different reason. They don't have the same motive as one hundred one hundred knows the prey. They're going after this. They're seeking that one who they really ultimately can so that's kind of a little bit of difference but based on any of those kinds of financial emotional spiritual physical mental. There's locks you said something that triggered another question for me in my mind. When i think of domestic violence i think in terms of men committing that on women most of the time. But are there instances where it's the opposite where it's women doing that men and if that happens in what ways does it happen How should a man respond to that. So definitely it can happen. Of course. our numbers are fewer on that side but same thing spiritual emotional. Mental can't even be physical because maybe the man is like i don't hit women so i she's i would say maybe with her own physical strength but she can grab objects and really do some damage right answer. There are parts of that but really the point is anyone who is gonna control someone else whether it's through. Their words do their mental through spiritual financial. Whatever that's abuse so it can look similar as far as the The ways that they do it they're delivery might be slightly different but ultimately it's a power control thing. Why would imagine that speaking strictly from the physical abuse side that the instances of of these happenings being reported by men would be extremely low if for no other reason. Because there's the there would be a stigma attached to it in embarrassment to somehow admit that as very to one of the things. I want to be sure that i mentioned here. I wanna make sure folks know this about you Besides the fact that you are an author clearly and you are a teacher you have some other things that you do you are a ghost rider. Which is actually very cool and you also coach authors on how to not only right improve their writing but through the entire book publishing process that correct. Yeah pretty much yes. Okay tell tape hills a little bit more about that. Because i find that very intriguing. Because you've kind of branched off on your own now and you're kind of you're doing all of that. I mean if if i remember right you've started your own publishing house. Well not quite yet..

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"paranoia" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"paranoia" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Because they're often biased, they're often pointing in a preconceived notion direction. They're often cloaked in fear or paranoia or metanoia or some just some kind of esoteric veil that is keeping the listener divided from the person giving the information. And that's why I like you and that's why I do what I try to do, which is just do it for the sake of the experience and for the sake of wonder and for the sake of reinvigorating your life with wonder because it's everywhere, but we live in a way that almost forces us to ignore it that almost forces us to like just get so lost in the mundane baseness and wrote obligatory bullshit that we somehow miss it. And I just hope that, you know, getting into the weeds and having these conversations encourages people to look past that or turn around and be and try to do something wonderful facing with their time. Because even if it ultimately is just a way of diluting yourself, there's actual research that shows that people are mentally healthier and more resilient if they experience wander on a regular basis. So even if it's just a Trojan horse, then it's better than nothing. Yeah, it's interesting opportunity that you brought up to then put ourselves in the hot seat with what we're talking about. And as far as why we have the podcasts to begin with is that so it's sharing ideas and thoughts and whatever hoping that it will be useful and at the very least entertaining to people who listen, but if we look at this with the same lens that we're looking at, those other nuances that I was bringing up, you can see an interesting bit of clarity here. So number one, the important way to do it in a healthy way is self honesty. So I certainly don't think I'm better than anyone that listens to this podcast or your podcast, but I do think that I know things that people that listen don't. I know it for a fact, because I have my perspective, right? And what I'm doing is just honestly I'm sharing my perspective and other people don't have that because it's mine and they have their perspective and that's beautiful. So being honest with that first, you mentioned a very interesting word when you're talking about someone having some transformative experience. And that was that they were shown something, right? So that even if that is a ego shattering experience, the shown aspect invites the nuance of. Almost a class of consciousness and insight and understanding, right? And so approaching new situations with even the ego diminished shown, the ego then circumvents that into making the humbleness of that.

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"paranoia" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"paranoia" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"We win in your talk. You ask an important question which is how to endure the lows that come with your profession and i can imagine that there are lots of ways that nurses may answer that like some might choose another specialty or maybe even find another job altogether if it gets too much. Yeah others i can only assume compartmentalize like just pushed through the day. Try to treat it like a job but you decided you needed to face the grief head on. Yeah absolutely i. I can understand why people say you can't take your patient stories home with you. If i let myself think about it or if i let myself talk about it with other people is just too much. I can't do it. And i began to realize that. That's just not the human experience that the things that we do an account her in nursing are all about the human experience and it only makes sense that it would overflow into my thoughts in my daily life because what i see as a nurse is all about love and loss and what makes for a meaningful life. When life doesn't go the way you want it to go. So what does that actually look like in practice. How did that change your behavior. Yeah there's a patient story that will always stay with me. This patient had just already a very tragic sort of story that ended up landing The patient into our icu and while the patient was physically alive. When i left work we knew that the outcome was not going to be good and we basically were sustaining the patient physically so that families could come and say goodbye and so the day after that shift i was with a younger child at the playground and i saw some other moms and kids there and i was pushing my child on the swings and just began to weep quietly and couldn't really engage with the other moms because that's really awkward. It's really offered to be at a park. And just be standing there with people doing normal daily things and just be crying. And so i also knew that i was supposed to get together with a friend for coffee in about an hour and i was kind of a mess i was hurting and crying and so i texted her and i i took a chance and i just said no. I know we're supposed to meet for coffee. I had a really heartbreaking shift yesterday and just really hurting right now and so we can either reschedule at a time when i'm not feeling this as acutely or if we get together i'm going to be pretty raw and her reply to me was. You don't have to protect me from your grief that astounded me because they think that especially for us nurses we we feel like we are supposed to be the ones to just carry it all and and we do. We feel like we were supposed to protect other people that other people don't want to hear what we actually go through and what we experience and to have somebody so generously give that space to me was phenomenal And so we met and she sat with me and just heard me lament for my patient and for what i see at work and curiously that let me go on with my day and my week i would say much better than if i had just put on a brave face and try to pretend oh work was hard yesterday. Yeah you know. It's it's making me think of how you say. The grief can actually be life-giving because i guess i'm surprised that it's not paralyzing like as a pediatric icu. Nurse and the mother to two little girls. How are you not like i. Dunno fearful all the time for their wellbeing Yeah i i do have to say it. Certainly an ongoing an ongoing process in terms of keeping a sense of paranoia at bay for my own children. That's that's a real struggle that Certainly hasn't gone away. But i think that i have learned to to not see grief as the only voice in the room and that its voice is not a hundred percent evil destructive entirely dark. It is very heavy absolutely but i think that it teaches us also some very very way the lessons and foundations that we don't get from just living lightly all the time we tend to think that it. It's only happy people. With perfect circumstances that can have whole lives that can have rich lives. That's just not realistic. What makes my time with my children. So meaningful is it that we're just happy all the time or is it the realization also that we are frail and that are tied together. Means something because it's not invincible to suffering and so even this past year having my children and distance learning yes i mean it was you know. They've been home with me for a year and a half and they have done great. They've been very happy. And i have really struggled to not take them for granted and it has been the voice of grief from my work that keeps coming in and saying stop and remember what a gift this is even when they are driving you insane and i think that if i didn't have that extra voice that i i would i would take them more for granted and it's not about saying that i capitalize upon other people suffering. So that i can be a better person and i can grow i i. I think that there are certain things that grief can teach us that.

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"paranoia" Discussed on Science Salon

Science Salon

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"paranoia" Discussed on Science Salon

"I mean you always kind of when you say paranoid. You're immediate as oil. You'd people paranoid but that by definition it means that mistaken but in fact the perspective that you're advocating And my colleague that i went with a guy cool born battle. Very much share. Which is the paranoia is. A is a rational response to experiencing chronic social threats and for some people that response becomes this regulated and it become it tips. Over into being a pathology in it becomes something that you know for a lot of people they would want it to be treated it is. Medical is a medical condition. Is we're not denying that for a minority of people. Paranoia does become very very problematic and it is a district related mechanism. But you know we we a apes that have brains able to design to experience paranoia and there's a good reason for that that That is all. That's a way of helping us to keep track of what's going on in the social world around us to monitor what's happening. Who's making an alliance with. Who is this person. A friend Wet wipe fit into the situation. All these kinds of social coalition l- computations. Were doing very much feed into this capacity for paranoia and what we find when we look at the kinds of environments people living and the social threat that they're exposed to on a daily basis so for example. If you think things like being low socioeconomic status or having a history of being bullied or victimized obeying part of a marginalized ethnic minority group all these things are reliable. Marcus of social threat they are. They are concrete manifestations of the fact that you are exposed to social threatened for people that are exposed to conditions like that throughout their life will that living conditions like that tend to have a higher chance of developing a psychotic spectrum disorder in my life. That doesn't mean they definitely will but it made but as psychosis the one of the key symptoms of psychosis. I should say his paranoia and say that's this link in a way between being exposed to social threat or coalition threat and psychological mechanisms that start to ramp up and take that threat seriously. And i'm starting to be more wary about the social world that we find ourselves in and we found that we can. If you think about paranoia ways being a bit like the volume dial radio. Some people have that dial set very very low. That'll be on a one time. That's most people. actually miss. People are not very paranoid. toll Some people that dial set to like two or three that kind of a bit suspicious of it mistrustful but not basically in very paranoid. Some people have that dial very low. Minority people will have that dial all the way cracked route to tech and for those people. They tend to be people that experiencing what we would call frank. Persecutory delusions where they genuinely believe. The people conspiring against them and Quite often quite bizarre beliefs will be associated with that extreme form of paranoia What we've shown in experiments is that if we expose people to very very mild social threats for example. If i don't experiment with the you tell me your political conservative. And i say okay conservative. You'll partner in this experiment is a Democrat to that's a very mild. Social stressor is just an angry power manipulation. What we find is that even the people that are number one normal eighth.

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"paranoia" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

09:21 min | 1 year ago

"paranoia" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"Plans. memories worries random thoughts distraction. And then you start to feel frustrated and you feel like those thoughts sort of came in and ruined the practice so a different approach is to just leave the thought alone. Leave it be so with focusing on our breathing for example. I mean you can substitute that with any any practice any technique. Whatever you're focusing on in your meditation focusing on your breathing and then you realize that you're completely somewhere else you'll thinking about dinner or lump show anything and instead of feeling that kind of angst dog aggression towards this stole like go away. I want you to leave instead of that you just notice and return returned to the breath so doing this you. I'll giving up the battle with your thoughts and your just leaving the alone if you leave the thought bad. It's not going to stay on a shelf waiting for you. It's not going to sort of just hanging bad if you take your attention back to your breathing. The thought will dissolve aronie there when we pay attention to them. They don't wait in the in the corridor waits in the wings so the whole idea is just to let the bay so we don't push it away so we don't jump in it and go for a ride and make two thoughts three thoughts folks. We just leave it alone. We don't manipulated so this is compassion because we are working with a non-judgmental acceptance total friendship with mind. Unconditional friendship unconditional love. Let the thought be. Don't try to it. don't try to remove it. don't try to develop it. just leave it. that'd be so. This develops an internal landscape of gentleness and compassion and this is the ground of the source of developing forgiveness. So it's really really helpful to understand this. Because it can actually revolutionize your meditation practice so many people struggle they meditate because they have this idea as opposed to have no thoughts be blind could not not had anything just emptiness and they struggled so much. They find it so enormously stressful. Actually when you ought to in practice such as breathing. They're all three phases within the practice. That's the phase. You are with the breasts. You are really with the hand with the brass. All mantra or visualization. Whatever your practice is you'll with it. That's one face but the second phase is way you notice that you've lost so you kind of go underground. You get lost your lost in the thoughts kinda of wandering through the forest of your own mind and then suddenly realize oh. Where am i. I'm supposed to be meditating. That's phase two. you've noticed. Your awareness is back again. that's meditation. That's good so to get there. The thoughts took you bet. You'll thoughts are not your enemy. They are the very thing that enables you to practice the meditation. So phase two. Is you notice that you've lost face. Three is returning to the braff or the visualization mantra. Will anything whatever your meditation is. So there's three phases being with the practice or noticing that you got lost or returning and if you understand that all those three phases off crucial aspects of meditation you realize the thoughts that take you away from the practice that you thought were your enemy. Those thoughts are your friend because those thoughts enabled you to notice and return every time you return to the breath you ability building enormous strength because are developing power and authority over your own mind but it was the thoughts that took you away. That allowed you to come back and develop that authority so this non-judgmental acceptance of the mind can be developed through understanding the three phases. You're with the practice. We are noticing that you've got lost coming back to the practice so meditation is developing compassion in these ways. The first way was through just not judging the thoughts just letting them be. The second way is through understanding these three phases of being with the practice. Not seem that you got lost and returning and then the other thing is just generally in terms of forgiveness. The more we meditate the more our habits of anger resentment bitterness the more those habits will have less control over us because even a simple practice such as focusing on the breathing and then bringing yourself back to the breathing even a simple practice like that relates to forgiveness. Because when you come back to the breath you are kind of thinning down the glue that holds us with thoughts and emotions that the addiction or the attachment to our mental activity so it kind of thinning down where we're learning. How not to get sucked in by the thought and instead develop the authority to come back to the breath so our deeply ingrained habits of resentment. Fear upset paranoia. These old habits of the mind and basically our mind is unconsciously addicted to those habits and meditation is the best way to reduce addiction. So this is a very simple approach such as coming back to the breath but a very profound meaning so as well as meditating a session each day of whatever your practice is ten minutes fifteen minutes on Whatever as well as meditating. I think it's really important to practice mindful moments throughout the day. Even when you're busy so these. I call them micro moments. I know that term means many things but in in terms of meditation. I mean micro moments of mindfulness. So you'll standing somewhere and you're feeling the ground under your feet you'll standing at the sink and you're washing your hands mindfully. That's a highly topical example. These days will washing our hands all the time and so you can make that into a mindfulness exercise. Your washing your hands in the same usual way. But you'll being aware you're feeling the the soap water. The movement of the hands oil standing in line somewhere on your feeling the ground under your feet these tiny moments of a win sitting behind your desk feeling the on the body just for a few seconds. These can be you know throughout the day. Little moments of mindfulness. That's the way of bringing your meditation into daily life. The reason this relates to forgiveness is because when you practice these micro moments in difficult situations you start to change your relationship with discomfort so for example you could learn to practice tiny moments of awareness when you are waiting for things like waiting for a bus or train standing in line waiting with the computer for something to load. We'll always waiting nowadays constantly made up of moments of waiting waiting for kettle to boil anything. These are moments that are generally uncomfortable for us. Because we're always busy. We feel very time pressured. And then when we're stuck waiting for something we feel you know. Time has been stolen. We get tense but if you learn to practice a mindful moment while you're waiting how okay you you'll standing in line and you just feel the ground on the feet you drop your shoulders. You just let go of wanting to get to the front of the line you just there. In the moment or you are sitting in front of your computer slows slows. Down on you. Just feel the contact in your body. The chair you're sitting on you can use your physical senses as the the the sense of touch feeling of standing or sitting you can use that as the focus. So what you're doing is you're literally rewiring your own brain reprogramming yourself because we haven't automatic programming around when waiting not stuck in traffic. I get tense..

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"paranoia" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"paranoia" Discussed on The One You Feed

"And then some people. It's never fully repaired in. So for her for instance when she first started getting help seeking help for her subsidies which she was somewhat ambivalent always about but the focus on her when she encountered that system was not treating her mental illness. It was a lot of blaming her for being having a severe alcohol problem eight. I'm also really mindful of the terminology. I use so i try not to ever use the term addiction which implies that somebody's sort of cursed in. There's a stigma attached to it. So i always try to use the clinical term substance abuse and a relationship. I think it's important. The language we use to define our problems is extremely important. Because there's so much shame. I honestly don't use the term. Denial most people who have substance abuse issues or any sort of compulsive behavior issues are well aware of. I want to add that. Because i think that's really important for the listeners. To hear that and they may be saying why is he using these terms so when she was introduced to the system of help there was a lot of blame from professionals with her in the fact is that she had schizo affective disorder. That was not diagnosed for many many many years. That a lot of her behavior was blamed even when she was experiencing severe hallucinations and extreme paranoia. Even in the hospital they would blame it on alcohol withdrawal or cocaine psychosis even some of the healthcare issues that she's experienced. She had heart condition. That went undiagnosed for years. Because doctors said oh. She's she's a heavy drinker and she did. I've known a lot of heavy drinkers. She drank more than maybe anybody. I ever met that. The system that was their built for her wasn't supportive whereas for me. When i quit drinking. I had a wife who had insurance i didn't have to work. I had transportation. I was in a community that embraced me. I didn't have all the trust issues so in our long roundabout way. That's why i feel. I was quote successful in. She wasn't it's really easy for people to sort of have knee-jerk reactions when dealing with substance abuse mental illness because it's in our mind and our whole lives are based off the perspective of our mind so we feel we have some control over it and we project does subconsciously on those who are really suffering. Saying why don't they do anything about how can they. How can she do that. How can he do that. How can i ignore his kids and use all the rent. Money shooting drugs. Where so much more complicated. a.

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"paranoia" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

GSMC Movie Podcast

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"paranoia" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

"So there's there's the federal. The next element is characterised haunted by the past so this one is self explanatory but basically there's a character who has made some kind of mistake in their past and it sticks with them and it impacts their ability to make decisions and Maybe gives them bias and under certain Certain circumstances that perhaps some other characters would not have and this can cause them to have error in their judgment at times making them danger to the case though on the contrary this character could have insight unlike any other character and hence become the secret weapon for solving the case so characters haunted by the past Could be a bunch of different scenarios but having that bias or having whatever that other knowledge would be like okay. Well you know. In this previous case that i was in The murderer wrote on a note pad. So i use the pencil to you. Know do that thing that secret agent thing you shade in the caller like the words and you can read it that way. Some i don't know there are a lot of circumstances where this trope would come in handy and would come into play Now the next one. I do think is very interesting because i do think that the next to really fall in line with each other which is claustrophobia paranoia in a faltering grasp on reality that the full explanation of the of the trope Sometimes the magnitude of the case can drive a character to an unhealthy head. Space shutter island portrays this perfectly when the ending of the film illustrates this idea of an unreliable narrator. We don't know if certain it doesn't even have to be the detective but it could be any character that it has gone crazy. We can't trust them because we don't know if their judgment has now been clouded similarly to the one to the one haunted by the past but even then if they don't quite have the correct graphs maybe they believe something completely..

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Exploring Attachment Patterns in Relationships With Chelsea Wakefield

Relationship Advice

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Exploring Attachment Patterns in Relationships With Chelsea Wakefield

"Our attachment patterns are something that is almost unconscious because they're so early they have to do with our early experiences with Caregivers and whether does experience this fell relatively secure. Whether we have the kind of responsiveness that we needed or feel safe. And welcome in the world or whether they were inconsistent or sometimes they were even dangerous. So when i talked people were back. Their early. lives I find that some of them as little kids were really really focused on their parents and they wanted to know how to please them. What are the parents lawn and needs that. They could stay in alignment with them and do not get in trouble or get the kind of attention that they were longings for that creates something called an anxious attachment pattern where the lottery. Johnston is hyper focused on the other and the needs of the other and every little nuance of that other person. That indicates that there's a message then. Maybe they're displeasing them or perhaps that other person has gotten a little bit different her distant because they feel overwhelmed by the attention they start your more insecure and afraid of abandonment so that's one type of attachment patterns that we call anxious and the other type of detachment pattern looks more independent but it's also insecure attachment patterns and these are the children that grew up learning that it was best just to go to their room and read a book or play video games and they sued and settled most of the way along. So if you get paranoia somebody who is afraid of abandonment and the other in. Who's afraid of being overwhelmed by a lot of emotion are hey us that could be a really difficult herring and those two galloping across the relationship landscape because one's trying to rock closer than the others seeking says and both of them are misinterpreting accused the

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"paranoia" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"paranoia" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"And i started working out and i felt an extreme sense of paranoia because number one. I felt like i was breaking the rules And i had anxiety about that. I felt like i was doing something wrong even though we don't have to wear masks so simple as that but like i felt like i was doing something wrong by not wearing a mask because you know it had been a major rule in our lives for the past however many months to wear a mask now suddenly. I don't have to. And i felt like i was doing something wrong. The whole time on top of that everybody could see my face every facial expression i make every time i move my mouth. Somebody can it. That made me feel so weirdly vulnerable. And it's so weird because i never thought that the mask would affect me that much like. I always thought that that was just going to be an easy transition wants. The pandemic was over. Taking the mask off would be easy. You know but for some reason it wasn't and i. I was very anxious the whole time. I even considered just putting the mask back on because it made me feel weirdly protected and the weird thing about the mask was that when i say protected i don't mean necessarily. It's obvious purpose right. The obvious purpose of a mask is to keep out bacteria and to prevent spread of bacteria from your mouth and nose right whatever. Obviously i felt protected by the mask and that way but much more than that. I felt protected socially i felt like this sense of incognito when i was wearing a mask because not seeing an entire half of somebody's face takes away a lot of facial expression takes away a lot of someone's identity and i started to become more comfortable in that way where people can only see my is. You know what i mean. And that's it. I started to feel more comfortable like that. And so taking the mask off at the gym freaked me out and then you know it started happening at grocery stores now. We don't have to wear a mask in the grocery store. I actually still wear one. Because i feel more socially comfortable i feel like i can kind of fly under the radar and a sense. Nobody can see what my face doing. My face is fifty percent covered. I feel safer socially wearing a mask. It's not even necessarily a health precaution for me at this point. It's like an emotional precaution. Feeling hidden in that way is comforting for me and i ended up becoming more comfortable in that state and that is something i could have never anticipated. And it's so weird but not wearing a mask makes me feel vulnerable. And so that's something that i'm currently adjusting to and it's making me feel very weird but i can say that it's already getting easier. I'm already adjusting to not wearing it. Practice makes perfect. You know the first few times. I went to the grocery store and went to the gym with no mask. I felt very uncomfortable. And i almost felt paranoid because i felt like everybody was looking at me and could see every facial expression i was making and could see every detail of my face and that felt very weird but after going back to the jam and going back to the grocery store with no mask maybe ten times i now feel normal pretty much but i was shocked at my own emotional response in the very beginning to not wearing it and how it made me feel so the main reason i'm bringing this up is because if you feel the same way i just want to tell you..

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How Anxiety Affects Our Body and Minds With Dr. Dain Heer

Anxiety Slayer

03:29 min | 1 year ago

How Anxiety Affects Our Body and Minds With Dr. Dain Heer

"Most of our listeners. Reach out to a nanga. And i i would say almost every day worried about the sensations that they're feeling in their bodies when they start to get anxious or when they feel an anxiety attack coming on or maybe they just have a sour stomach or heart palpitations nausea and the list goes on and on but it is the number one concern that we hear from our listeners. That what what do i do in it sends them to the er and causes all of this health. Things id and so. As i was reading the book reading body whispering. I was like oh. Who does this belong to is probably a place i want to start with with damon. Talk but certainly take us where you wanna go well. It's an interesting time. We're living in as we all know. and what i found about those who experiencing dieting is the huge majority of them meaning over ninety percent. Okay probably over ninety nine percent somewhere in the ninety nine percent range Tend to be highly sensitive highly aware individuals who have never been given a reference point for that much awareness. Nobody's ever told them and you know and they're the ones that are that are these oftentimes these sweet creatures or at least. They started like as as he's really sweet creatures who just wanted everybody to build better wanted everybody to be healed and such a high level of emotional sensitivity that the it seems like an overwhelming to be aware and nobody else is talking about it from this place that it's actually an awareness. Awareness is actually a capacity and so if we just turn the turn the spotlight here in the lighthouse just a little bit well that also applies to our bodies and we have a lot of people having a lot of stuff going on with their bodies right now and and it's an interesting thing because a lot of it seems a lot of it is. There's a lot of fear which is one of the things that if you if you take. Fear fear crazing dieting. But if you take that in amp up a stepper tour ten then becomes bordering on paranoia. Which is a high state of anxiety. And what that. That's one of the things if you look at what that does to our bodies physiologically or me etc. I'm dr at many. Other people discussing those aspects of it. So i won't. I'll just acknowledge that it's there what that then creates is. Is this sort of ramping up. Because anytime like if you think about it this way if you've got one of those degree wake up in a great mood. Everything is working. everything looks beautiful and everything looks possible. And you're like wow. This is so cool but if you wake up one of those mornings where you got the snooze alarm twenty seven times you don't want to get out of bed got massive anxiety. Everything seemed grew that lens. And so there's probably many but at least two conversations going on right here. One is that people's level of sensitivity is not just mental physical.

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"paranoia" Discussed on Rotated Views

Rotated Views

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"paranoia" Discussed on Rotated Views

"Like you know. Hated some of the things we had to do. Having to come home to babysit they could go out to like. We understand now that you know. That's what kind of made our family kind of function. And that's what made us all happy. Because they made themselves kind of go. I mean so for sure. We saw too many neighbors too many family members to many people. They worry about their kids. Most our life ten fifteen years later. Mom and dad don't even know each other they. Don't you know what i mean. So where's that good now. You're getting divorced now. You gotta split up that money. Now they're going to be in a different house or let's say don't get divorced. They're still dealing with that kids. He came today. I always said we always said mom. And dad i if we love each other you're going to get the love that we have trickled you that love trickles to my kids and then from there. It's about looking good. It's about film. Good really the last thing is your job because if none of that none of that is right. Yeah i can't do my job. Like i remember like paranoia would have an issue during the day you get up in the morning and you're not getting along. I'm sitting like trying to figure out how to work. And i can't do it. I'm like i got. I got a talker. I gotta work. you're not right. Yeah if you had that with your kids you still. You're not right. So gotta be the husband i dead. Then take care of yourself take care yourself your mind you and then your job and your job will you will benefit from all that. Because that's really what should be first job kind of just falls into place after all those things. You know what i mean for sure so we have a lot of listeners who are wanting to start a business or just coming out of school and getting her career started and one of the things i really like that we always touch upon is the go-getter stuff the mentality. You know get stuff done literally. But i feel like a lot of times. We put our own health on the back burner. So what can you just talk a little bit about how fitness and health has helped you for your successful businesses. Yeah i get up in the morning workout. I try to eat good. You know that's gonna make you feel better. I think it keeps you your mind clear. If i don't get to work out maybe because i have an appointment or something in the morning i make sure i make time for it later. I know a lot of people are like. I don't have time i'm busy. You're just you don't make the time can make the time. How much time do you spend. Scroll on your phone how much you spend how much. How do you spend complaining if you don't do that is so true. I mean you mean to tell me you didn't watch a little bit of tv today. Worked out you guess. What do some push ups do. Some cells feel good about yourself going to mirror. Feel like you're you know and again however people wanna feel about themselves that that has to be their own mindset. But i still think you need to take care of yourself if you want to have that kind of fun down the line if you are wealthy enough to maybe retire earlier or or be able to take the weekends and go canoeing or hike or my kids are twenty seven. I'm fifty two. I still do that with them. So you know i. My dad wasn't like that you know at my age. So yeah even even with that even with trying to own or start a business with that. If you don't have those fundamentals of exercise your your body's flowing properly your blood's volume properly you know staying hydrated eating the right food. How tough song asked him. How food is medicine like you. Only if you don't have all these good things coming.

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Party Piece: China's Communists at 100

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Party Piece: China's Communists at 100

"No surprise that beijing was the site of massive. Well orchestrated celebrations today. Our beijing bureau chief david rennie. Was there herded by the foreign ministry hours before it. all began. Toews comes strokes a hundredth birthday party and they did that in tenement square. Which is the ceremonial heart of china. The crowd was handpicked. They were almost all party members. I was sitting next to members of the people's congress that the city of beijing. There's a lot of singing of communist party songs and everyone around me knew all the words those in greatest hits like without the communist party there would be no china so this mix of the very grand informal and the kind of national but also this strange kind of private family gathering of a party celebrating in the open. It's actually control of this giant country and presumably this this gathering was also very carefully controlled very interesting that this is a very confident party. But it's the chinese communist party and so there's always an element of paranoia and extreme control. Not only we rule security checked multiple times but this is also a china that is determined to have zero cases of college. Although they haven't been cases for months in beijing we all made to quarantine for twenty four hours before we set foot on the square. We want to wear face masks will call the tested. Multiple times and in fact many western ambassadors from places like europe refused to come because they were told that they too would have to spend a night in a state guesthouse in multiple covered tested. And they simply thought. I was undignified. So it was very very controlled. Very very paranoid festivity.

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"paranoia" Discussed on More Content Talk

More Content Talk

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"paranoia" Discussed on More Content Talk

"Someone You know health advisor comes along and says yeah you know. It's fine to keep earphone. Your cell phone in your pocket. It's not gonna radiate your balls into big you now. Bloated up cancer balls you're fine instead of Side relief that's an alarm bell to a person who is Paranoid for whatever reason maybe they're not delusional maybe just paranoid and they say oh no. They're telling us it's safe therefore it must not be safe. We'll get what that's just a stupid is saying this. Something is safe just because someone else said it was safe. There's no difference. You're just taking the opposite point of view saying oh well they said it was safe and therefore it must not be. That's to just. As deferring to experts all the time is a fallacy going against experts. All the time is a fallacy to just because they're an expert so you don't trust them. I mean who do you trust when she stop trusting the experts anyway. Do you just trust one. Because that's what i see from a lot of conspiracy. Theories is then they just don't trust people in general interest anybody and if you try to tell them anything they'll disagree with it because the country people they don't want To be advised in any way shape or form. so they're going to reject that advisement. And you see all kinds of stuff like this in internet chat rooms. Just scroll through comment sections you know. There'll be discussion. Say about i don't know demons being in the world and Someone will you know there'll be maybe like a preacher who may be. I guess you can call that qualified qualified storyteller but like and then. I don't know maybe an atheist talking then someone will pop up and they'll be having a pretty normal conversation you know like you talking about the likelihood of demons and said well. There's this instance. Well we have to look at this from a different perspective. Pretty normal conversation and then some random moron will jump in and be like amateur demon. Hala gist and i've been working with demons for thirty years now. And i know that they're in Dave's wonder bread or whatever you know what i mean and it's like you have no qualification. You don't have you just said you'd at hampshire if you're amateur amateur it means you know sit down and shut the fuck up and let the people who are experienced in the field and and what is what is an amateur radio brought it. What does that mean. what are you talking about. so so like let's say like you're hunting for noah's ark and an amateur are counter. I mean like what do you do do do you just like a fuck around all day and like reads online articles about how maybe they found. Noah's ark here. Maybe they found knows. Or maybe the species here. Is that what it mean. 'cause i oftentimes these people will refer to themselves as researchers and they'll act like that's like a profession is a well. I'm a. i'm skeptical person. I like to research things on my own. Do my own research first of all we all. We all know that when we were you know in school that the vast majority of people in the god damn school didn't do any fucking research so when i hear these people refer to themselves researchers..

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"paranoia" Discussed on More Content Talk

More Content Talk

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"paranoia" Discussed on More Content Talk

"Hello and welcome to another episode of more content talk. That's the only show that.

The Mystery of Seattle's Windshield Pitting Epidemic of the 1950s

Unexplained Mysteries

02:28 min | 1 year ago

The Mystery of Seattle's Windshield Pitting Epidemic of the 1950s

"As red scare paranoia drove industrialization. A postwar boom swept through seattle washington. Local airplane manufacturer boeing employed a new influx of japanese-americans who'd recently been released from internment camps. The city's population grew by twenty percent to accommodate its new residents. Seattle built new housing. Freeways and offices bringing the city into the modern age. Meanwhile the much smaller port city of bellingham transformed into an economic center. Ninety miles north of seattle and fifty miles south of vancouver. It was perfectly situated as a midway. Stop between the two but all. These changes heightened already present anxieties. So it didn't take long for bellingham to become the epicenter of a bizarre mystery in late march. Nineteen fifty four. A few residents noticed small pits and cracks on some car windshields. The damage was minimal but distinct. Each mark was about the size of a dime since these things were too small to come from conventional weapons. Police suspected they were from buckshot. Or bbc's if a bb gun pallid had hit a regular plate of glass like it would break into a thousand tiny shards but windshields of glass. Panes held together with a sheet of thin plastic called safety glass. Even though it see through it won't shatter at least not easily. Is someone shoots a bb gun or a slingshot at safety glass. It would only knicks. The pain leaving tiny pockmarks like the ones bellingham residents noticed since the damage was so minor the police rug off the reports. They figured they were isolated. Incidents of petty vandalism that is until one officer reportedly noticed his own windshields sporting pit. Then it became serious. An investigation was launched. Officials didn't have any hard evidence to help them identify vandal but they could make an educated guess. Who would commit such a crime. Their main suspect was the newest fifties. The rebellious american teenager.

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Suspect in Capitol checkpoint attack suffered from delusions, paranoia

Commonwealth Club

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Suspect in Capitol checkpoint attack suffered from delusions, paranoia

"Continues into Friday's deadly rampage outside the U. S capitol that ended in the death of Capitol police officer William Billy Evans. The wounding of another officer and the killing of the suspect, 25 year old Noah Green. His brother telling the Washington Post. The family had concerns about Green's mental health and that even suffering from delusions, paranoia and suicidal thoughts the night before the attack, texting his brother. I'm sorry, but I'm just going to go and live and be homeless, the 25 year old also reportedly battling drug addiction and suicidal thoughts, But what exactly inspired the violent attack still unclear. ABC is Ty Hernandez. Meantime, the wounded officer in the attack was cheered as he was released from a D. C. Hospital Saturday night. Partisan

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Washington DC Capitol attacker Noah Green 'suffered delusions'

Radiosurgery New York

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Washington DC Capitol attacker Noah Green 'suffered delusions'

"Officers outside the U. S Capitol Friday, killing one of the officers, U S official tells AP. Noah Green had been suffering from delusions, paranoia and suicidal thoughts. Police shot the 25 year old after he jumped out of a car knife in hand and charged the two officers he struck. He later died at the hospital, the official tells AP. Investigators have spoken with Green's family and are focused on Mental health as they work to identify a motive. Meanwhile, the officer killed has been identified as William Evans, known as Billy. He was an 18 year veteran of the Capitol police and a member of its first responders unit. And Thomas Washington. Today is Easter

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Suspect in Capitol attack suffered delusions, says report

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Suspect in Capitol attack suffered delusions, says report

"The the Associated Associated Press Press is is learning learning more more about about the the man man who who rammed rammed a a car car into into two two police police officers officers outside outside the the U. U. S. S. capitol capitol Friday Friday killing killing one one of of those those officers officers the the US US official official tells tells AP AP no no a a green green had had been been suffering suffering from from delusions delusions paranoia paranoia and and suicidal suicidal thoughts thoughts police police shot shot the the twenty twenty five five year year old old after after he he jumped jumped out out of of a a car car and and knife knife in in hand hand in in charge charge the the two two officers officers he he struck struck he he later later died died at at a a hospital hospital the the official official tells tells AP AP investigators investigators have have spoken spoken with with green's green's family family and and are are focused focused on on his his mental mental health health as as we we work work to to identify identify a a motive motive in in online online posts posts since since taken taken down down green green described described being being under under government government thought thought control control and and said said he he was was being being watched watched meanwhile meanwhile the the officer officer killed killed has has been been identified identified as as William William Evans Evans on on his his belly belly he he was was an an eighteen eighteen year year veteran veteran of of the the capitol capitol police police and and a a member member of of its its first first responders responders unit unit Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Washington Washington

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Nicolas Flamel and the Philosopher's Stone

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Nicolas Flamel and the Philosopher's Stone

"If you're a harry potter fan the name nicholas fla mel is probably bringing some bells for you. Nicholas and his wife. Paranoia are mentioned in jk rollings. I harry potter and the philosopher's stone. They're both over six hundred years old. Because in the novel nicholas has discovered a magical artifact that makes him immortal in the united states. this object is known as the sorcerer's stone but for simplicity. I'm gonna stick to the british term philosopher's stone now supposedly this stone is incredibly powerful legends about it have been around for about two thousand years. They say it has the power to turn any metal into gold. And it's connected to this beverage called the of life which keeps you alive forever. It's not super clear of the philosopher's stone makes the elixir. Or if it actually is the elixir or if the recipe for the stone is close enough to the elixir. That if you can make one you can make the other either way. The central idea is consistent. If you discover the philosopher's stone you can become immortal. Ancient accounts describe the stone. Bright red and it wasn't really a stone at all. it was actually more like a powder or a fluid something you'd add to a bubbling vile to create anything. You want and i do mean anything. See alchemists just trying to get rich and achieve immortality. They were trying to unlock the fundamental secrets of the universe. Like why lead is led and knock gold or why me and not someone else and the idea was that with a for stone you could transform anything or anyone into whatever you want it. And it's not like there's just one stone because according to out chemical tradition you can actually make a philosopher's stone so researchers weren't necessarily trying to locate one. They were trying to create it. Supposedly the closest anyone ever got was this guy named nicholas flannel.

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FBI: Nashville bomber driven by conspiracies, paranoia

the NewsWorthy

01:01 min | 1 year ago

FBI: Nashville bomber driven by conspiracies, paranoia

"Fbi has now wrapped up an investigation into last year's christmas day bombing in nashville tennessee and investigators decided it was not an act of terrorism. Instead they say the bomber anthony warner just wanted to end his own life and he was motivated by paranoia and eccentric conspiracy theories but not motivated by social or political ideology which is essentially how the fbi defines domestic terrorism. Remember this past. Christmas warner parked his rv in downtown nashville with a bomb inside. He set off an explosion that not only killed him but also hurt three other people destroyed building and damaged dozens more before the bomb went off a recorded announcement played warning anyone in the area to evacuate so now the fbi says it's clear warner did want the explosion to have an impact but he did not want people to get hurt. Investigators also say he acted alone. They come through thousands of tips and did hundreds of interviews in the last few months even now the explosion site in is off. Limits and businesses still have many more weeks if not months of repairs ahead before they can start reopening

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FBI says Nashville bomber acted alone, driven by "paranoia"

Joe Pags

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

FBI says Nashville bomber acted alone, driven by "paranoia"

"By a particular grievance. The FBI announced on Monday it has closed the investigation into the 2020 explosion, which killed the bomber Anthony Quinn Warner, Despite concerns about conspiracy theories or other possible motives, authorities say Warner did struggle with paranoia but acted alone and set the bomb off to end his life. I'm Tom Roberts, the campaign opposing the recall effort of California Governor Gavin Newsom is getting support from National

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Christmas Day bomber in Nashville driven by conspiracies, paranoia, FBI says

90.3 KAZU Programming

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Christmas Day bomber in Nashville driven by conspiracies, paranoia, FBI says

"Parked in downtown Nashville peers have been troubled by feelings of paranoia and bizarre conspiracy theories, but apparently was not motivated by any political ideology. That's according to a statement issued by the FBI bureau says it concluded that bomber Anthony Quinn Warner chose the location and timing for impact but also sought to minimize the likelihood of undue injury. Likable, clear motive. It puzzled. Many in the report seeks to clarify some of that. Palestinians in the Israeli occupied

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FBI says Nashville bomber acted alone, driven by "paranoia"

The Sunshine Economy

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

FBI says Nashville bomber acted alone, driven by "paranoia"

"Authorities say the man who blew himself up on Christmas Day in an RV parked in downtown Nashville peers have been troubled by feelings of paranoia and bizarre conspiracy theories, but apparently was not motivated by any political ideology. That's according to a statement issued by the FBI bureau says it concluded that bomber Anthony Quinn Warner chose the location and timing for impact but also sought to minimize the likelihood of undue injury. Likable, clear motive. It puzzled. Many in the report seeks to clarify some of

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Suspect in Christmas Day bombing in Nashville acted alone and was driven by 'paranoia,' FBI says

Here & Now

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Suspect in Christmas Day bombing in Nashville acted alone and was driven by 'paranoia,' FBI says

"Of the Christmas Day bombing in Nashville. The agency says the man who blew himself up inside his recreational vehicle, wanted to kill himself and was grappling with paranoia and conspiracy theories. But The FBI says there are no indications he was motivated by social or political ideology. U. S officials have arrested and

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"paranoia" Discussed on Or Not!

Or Not!

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"paranoia" Discussed on Or Not!

"I not been interesting. I'm definitely not prepared. Either but i have no paranoid. I know but we're very different people. I'm paranoid about everything. i think. The worst is going to happen. Which is weird. Because i'm also a very optimistic person but in terms of just ridiculous freak accident type like i think my mind is always running a final fantasy situation in my brain interesting. Is it final fantasy or final destination. Final destination always running a final destination type of scenario in my mind. So that's what all my paranoia is. Based off of are just like freak accidents that i have no control over could happen to me or just crazy. People that have no control over are just psychopaths and crazy people. This explains your relationship with dating. Oh yeah how. Yeah definitely related. You assume the worst and it's a psychopath every time someone talks. Yeah that's true. Yeah you know craigslist killer all the time. Maybe we should really off. Svu csi their best there. What he me sharp. Do you train to identify potential. I'm training myself by watching all of these. It's also feeding paranoia but also in the back of my mind also helping me you know I got yeah i got. Yeah yeah oh man. Do you remember what it was. I feel like this is similar to resolution but just our friend who made me promise to go on what like ten dates and their year. Yup and i made this promise and just fulfilled it but just not one right. I don't even know if that was considered a dame like gosh. But i just thought that because i was thinking oh for next year. We should both may resolutions on a date or something then. I reminded myself that is like more of a dare for me. I never did that. And i was confident. Tools like yeah dates. Are i can on ten dates. What now and it just didn't happen. I think it was. We were nearing december. And i was thinking. How am i going to go on dates in december and i really thought that was going on seven december. It just never happened. You know you never face any repercussions for not following through. No that's true that's true so maybe we should bring that back and up into twenty two a year old. That's too much especially independ- democ. I know i. I do not want to do a video. Dating scenario yet just seems so awkward. Virtual zoom meetings are awkward enough dating. No no no. I definitely think we should give ourselves a challenge for next year. Yeah yeah go on a date with our bald heads. I'm confident i could do it. Yeah i am excited about the amount of shampoo. I'm going to be saving I mean ever ready bench. I do not watch one. Yeah but yeah challenge challenge for us. Yeah kind of challenge. should we have. I think you're challenge..

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"paranoia" Discussed on Adult Beverage Podcast

Adult Beverage Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"paranoia" Discussed on Adult Beverage Podcast

"Yeah onto this onto the wall behind them and they are so good at that. The a lot of that was like you could tell were driving scenes and they were a little stage in some of those driving things like i agree with you. There were very long you know. Yeah but i think part of that was just a show of the chase of set the editing on the driving scenes because it felt like they would show one point of view and then the next point of view would be like a completely different part of the road. And you're like doesn't line up with where he should be right now. Well and i think you're right about that. And i think that was pretty much to design to create the effect of going downhill as much as possible. So they probably in the edit room. It didn't work but they wanted to continue to have you having that sensation of him. Going down he's no he's basically at this point in the plot and you know he's he's hit in in the storyline he is kid rock bottom. You know he's searching for anything and everything because he's you know his world's been turned upside down and i think there's things about this. I really like about the story. And the you know. I i do think it is is a romance spillman. Some way. i think it's a morbid in some ways I think it's you know it fits into a lot of dysfunctional sexual paranoia. A religious kind of you know commutations that come with his my back to the ad. It's got was a master of suspense and he created suspense through this film. And you know even to the very end he's bringing you along bringing you're bringing along you know. I'm always amazed at when people watch this film how everybody reacts because i know people have watched this film and then i've talked to him five years later and they've watched it a couple more times and they have a completely different every time you watch and come with a different feeling about it or emotion and you.

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"paranoia" Discussed on Are Weeb There Yet?

Are Weeb There Yet?

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"paranoia" Discussed on Are Weeb There Yet?

"Like that's all something that they're worrying about. Whereas in durarara. They all have their own things going on that eventually come together. But in this it's like they're all they're all living in this situation. So that simplifies a little bit the primary plot is still around the results and the sharing a bandwidth slug reverse through our others like, you know, every characters are in plot and then there is an overarching a plot be plottin see plot of the whole season. So yeah, this one is concise. It's like wow, you know, we know what the story is and we know how we're going to tell it in these thirteen episodes. Yeah, we don't get bogged down by like, oh, let's learn about the gang that runs the prostitution ring. Oh, let's talk about like the big dog. A company that is corrupt and doing this like character design thing and like just these very like big Concepts that they're like, okay, we need everything to be big and Grand it's like no just bought one silhouette of a guy on roller skates, and that's all we need a World building 413. Yeah. Yeah this matters. It's okay. That's all you need fully under heavy criticism. And yeah, they're very accurate. I love this though. I cannot wait to finish this. Yeah. This is very good. It's it's so it's kind of freeing because I'm so used to being like, I'm just not into these like cop drama. Let's find this mysterious killer things and finding one I do like and being able to go. Oh, this is what I like about this. This is what what works for me in this genre it it's very very it's not about the cops. It's like the cops are very much a side character rather than like the main page. Yeah, even if it is just like boil it down to like criminal investigation shows. Yes, or I can see that it's I mean, it's it's a very renowned in-home guarded anime series for a reason. So it is good. I mean I say that even though we've had our fair share of problems with other very popular series for some fucking reason. Yeah, but yeah, this was one bad. I actually had I watched like a video essay about Paranoia Agent and we got the section of it before watching it. So I already knew the ending and I knew a lot of the themes and stuff going into it took a spoiler on it for me, but it also helped me appreciate it as I was watching it because I'm like, oh I see it's piecing it together. Like I can still enjoy the series even though the big the M Night Shyamalan twist was revealed to me. Yeah, I'm excited to see what happens. I'll probably find after I finish it. I'll definitely look into stuff like that, but I get that too cuz like that's I watched the good place because I found out about the twist same like yeah, like some things are just like I mean, I think this would be interesting without knowing anything like obviously I'm very interested in it. But sometimes it does make it more interesting where you're like, oh wow, like I can see how this is going to pay off in the end and I can see how this does this thing that can be cool too. Yeah, but even even worth knowing cuz we've talked about this before where it's the I forget exactly what shows we've mentioned particular had complained about it, but it's the mystery of a show bread crumbing it and then the deus ex machina out of nowhere..

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"paranoia" Discussed on Are Weeb There Yet?

Are Weeb There Yet?

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"paranoia" Discussed on Are Weeb There Yet?

"Hello and welcome to are We There Yet in Exploration and education and Anime. I'm your anime. Idiot Patrick Dugan. I'm an anime expert Deena Hollander and I'm Brendon McCullum your enemy back off. Don't touch me off. I don't know. Are you clean where of your hands have been don't touch me? Okay. All right, this can apply to so many things right now with the pandemic my mental state my emotional state to state of being that that's just my mood towards intimacy. It's like a good good stuff. Have you talked to your therapist about this working on it? Okay, good. I remember being in high school at my locker and a friend walked by and patted me on the shoulder. And I was such garbage truck that I completely forgot my locker combination cuz I am so unused to physical intimacy of any kind. I'm so touch starved completely forget everything as soon as someone lays a finger on me shoulder pattern reset my brain and I had to go to the administration office to unlock my book with someone so I wouldn't just made you glitch you do they they found a code a code. They could exploit ruined you it's yeah. It's like, where's the kill switch on this page? Don't worry. It's any physical contact, but that will never happen. We don't have to worry about it. But yeah, what we have going on this week, we had it's it's discouraging month. It's that spooky scary skeleton month with all the dancing bones wage. Yeah scarier than every other month. So far this time. We want to be scary my legs fun. Scary by Leia Bette Midler in Hocus Pocus trying to scare it the spooky month. Yeah Over the Garden Wall month L. Yeah. We should already watched we do that for an anyway my favorite song. So I figure we should watch an actual spooky scary anime. At least one that I thought was I I don't know much about it because it scared me as a child. So I didn't dig too deep dish but this week we're watching Paranoia Agent know I got my personal baggage with it, but do either of you have any history with it. I've heard of it, but that's pretty much. Extent and I know that it's set Toshi cone. So based on the fact that he did perfect blue and I loved perfect blue. I am excited about this. Yeah. I'm in the same boat. I just know who made it but that gives me hope for this show. Yeah. We also we also did Tokyo grandfather's Godfather's Godfather's yeah..

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